Congratulations to Jamie Thorp (BA), Lisa Kelly MA) and Matt Haw (PhD) on winning the competition to read alongside Paul Muldoon (along with Paul Farley) and Terry Eagleton on Wednesday Tuesday, May 3 in the Nuffield Theatre at the Department’s celebration of the critical & creative.
In a brand new adventure, The Hairy Bikers, Si King and Dave Myers, take to the road to pull up a bar stool, enjoy a pint and explore the hundreds of years of extraordinary history and tradition of these charismatic watering holes and their surroundings.
Professor Alison Findlay has appeared on BBC TV's 'North West Tonight'.
PhD student, Andrew Raven, has come second in the Keats Shelley Essay Prize.
Professor Sharon Ruston has been awarded a visiting Fellowship by the Chemical Heritage Foundation, Philadelphia.
Department of English & Creative Writing invites entries for The London Review of Books Tutorial Prize
Professor Sharon Ruston has appeared on the 'Medium Brow' podcast talking about the science of Frankenstein.
Professor Simon Bainbridge has appeared on BBC TV's 'The One Show' talking about William Wordsworth and the importance of the legacy left to him by Raisley Calvert.
Former English & Creative Writing PhD, Ray Robinson, has had his PhD novel, 'Electricity' adapted for film with BBC TV.
Professor Graham Mort will be visiting China from April 7th – 14th to take part in ‘Poetry Across Languages – Dialogue and Translation’ as an invited guest with a group of US poets.